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Lifting Strength is a characteristic defined by the amount of mass that an individual is able to erect. The lifting force might or may not have an influence on the attack power. The lifting force is used for (obviously) lifting heavy objects, overcoming others in physical strength (in "push-push" style competitions, such as wrestling, arm dropping...), crushing, tearing, trapping and playing.


  • Subhuman: 0 to 300 N
  • Regular Human: from 300 to 1,200 N (the mass of a child the mass of an adult)
  • Athletic Human: 1,200 to 2,270 N (the mass of an adult lion)
  • Human Peak: 2,270 to 4,540 N (the mass that an Olympic weightlifter can erect)
  • Superhuman: 4,540 N to 10,000 N
  • kN: 10.000 N a 10.000.000 N (de uma tonelada a mil toneladas; desde a massa de um carro, baleias azuis até a massa de grandes aviões de carga)
  • MN: 10.000.000 to 1010 N (Thousands of tonnes; the mass of a pyramid)
  • GN: 1010 to 1013 N (millions of tonnes; the mass of the human Population)
  • TN: 1013 to 1016 N (billions of tonnes; the mass of a mountain)
  • PN: 1016 to 1019 N (trillions of tonnes; the mass of the Earth's atmosphere)
  • EN: 1019 to 1022 N (quadrillion tons; a large tectonic plate or a small moon)
  • ZN: 1022 to 1025 N (quintillion tons; the mass of a small planet)
  • YN: 1025 to 1028 N (Sextillions of tonnes; The mass of a large planet)
  • Pre-Stellar: 1028 to 1,9891×1031 N (Septilhons of tons to a solar mass)
  • Solar Masses: 1,9891×1031 to 1,9891×1034 N (one to thousands of solar masses; the mass of the sun to the mass of a black hole of intermediate mass)
  • IMBH: 1,9891×1034 1,9891×1037 N (Thousands to millions of solar masses; the mass of a black hole of intermediate mass)
  • SMBH: 1,9891×1037 to 1,9891×1040 N (Millions to billions of solar masses; the mass of a supermassive black hole)
  • UMBH: 1,9891×1040 to ? (greater than billions of solar masses; the mass of an ultramassive black hole)
  • Galaxy: Self-explanatory.
  • Galaxy Cluster: Self-explanatory.
  • Universal: The mass of the observable universe up to a larger finite amount of mass.
  • Infinite: An endless amount of mass.
  • Unlimited: Characters that transcend the concepts of time, space and matter, and/or the concept of mass.


Kilogram:Kilogram (symbol: kg) is a standard unit of mass measurement of the international system, equivalent to a thousand grams.

Newton: Unit of measurement of standard force of the International System of units (formula:$ N = kg × m/s ² $).

Joule: Joule (Symbol: J) is a unit of measure of energy and work of the international system of units (formula:$ J = kg × m/s² × m $).

Prefixes of the International System of Units: Prefixes (k, M, G, T, P, E, Z, Y) are used in the international system as a multiplication and measurement unit.